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Examples of "dumra"
India census, Dumra had a population of 14,538. Males constitute 57% of the population and females 43%. Dumra has an average literacy rate of 77%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 80% and, female literacy is 73%. In Dumra, 11% of the population is under 6 years of age.
Dumra is a town and a notified area in Sitamarhi district in Bihar, India.
Dumra is located at . It has an average elevation of 86 metres (282 feet). Rajopatti Sitamarhi.
Arrah comprises Gram Panchayats Ganghar, Ramapur Sandiya, Pirauta, Sandia, Makhdumpur Dumra, Daulatpur, Bhakura, Jamira, Hasanpura,
Jawabipur is a small village in Dumra Block of Sitamarhi District, in Bihar, India. It is administered by the Bariyarpur panchayat of Tirhut Division.
Dumra ( 3 km ), Mandasi ( 4 km ), Jejusar ( 5 km ), Kairu ( 5 km ), Kumawas ( 7 km ) are the nearby Villages to Sotwara.
As per Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, 28. Sitamarhi (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Dumra community development block.
Champapur, Banwaria, Bhasurari gram panchayats and Narkatiaganj notified area of Narkatiganj community development block; Telpur, Deurawa, Bagahi Basawaria, Dhobini, Gonauli Dumra and Lakar Sisai gram panchayats of Lauriya CD Block.
Sacred Heart School‚ Sitamarhi is an educational institution in Bihar, India, located at Anand Nagar Thalakhapur Dumra, Sitamarhi. It is a co-educational school. The School was founded in 1991.
The village expanded during the British mandate period, and houses were built eastward and southward. In the 1922 census of Palestine, conducted by the British Mandate authorities, Dumra had a population of 251, all Muslims, increasing in the 1931 census to 324, still all Muslim, in 100 houses.
The Runni Saidpur block lies in the southwest corner of the Sitamarhi district. It is bordered by the Belsand and Parsauni blocks to the northwest, Dumra to the north, Bajpatti to the northeast, and Nanpur to the east. On the south, it borders the Minapur and Aurai blocks of the Muzaffarpur district.
There are a few hotels in Tabo, of which the Banjara Camps retreat is the most luxurious. The temperatures here plummet at night. There are other hotels and hostels like Dekit Norphel Tiger Den Restaurant,Tashi Gangsar, Menthok Dumra at Tabo, including the monastery's own guest houses.
Baghmara CD Block has several census towns (2011 population figure in brackets): Matigara (5,685), Bhimkanari (5,170), Nandkharki (4,427), Madhuban (4,316), Barora (3,890), Dumra (6,772), Harina (4,637), Muraidih (6,360), Rajbhita alias Rajganj (8,820), Mahlidih (6,381), Kharkhari (5,656), Sahnidih (6,777), Malkera (8,232), Nagri Kalan (9,410), Baua Kalan (9,489), Phulwartanr (5,884), Jhingipahari (4,550) and Mahuda (5,196).
In 1875, a Sitamarhi subdistrict was created within the Muzaffarpur district. Sitmarhi was detached from Muzaffarpur and became a separate district as of December 11, 1972. It is situated in the northern part of Bihar. The district headquarters is located in Dumra, five kilometers south of Sitamarhi.
As per Delimitation of Parliamentary and Assembly constituencies Order, 2008, No. 132 Warisnagar (Vidhan Sabha constituency) is composed of the following: Warisnagar and Khanpur community development blocks; and Madhurapur, Rahtauli, Dahiyar Ranna, Parsa, Bhataura and Dumra Mohan gram panchayats of Shivaji Nagar CD Block.
This is the place where Sita was born, the main character of the epic Ramayana. The town is situated along the border of Nepal. The district of Sitamarhi was carved out of Muzaffarpur district on 11 December 1972. It is situated in the northern part of Bihar. Its headquarter is located at Dumra, five kilometers south of Sitamarhi. The district headquarter was shifted here after the town of Sitamarhi was devastated in the 1934 Nepal–Bihar earthquake.
Bhitha is a small but rich village of Sitamarhi district 20 km away from its district capital Dumra. The village is culturally rich having many castes residing there. Bhumihars are the dominant castes who have allowed other castes to be in the village for their own need of agriculture. The village is only 17 km from the Nepal border and the Nepalese village of Matihani.
Ratwara a village in Sitamarhi district of Bihar, India also known as Vishnupur Ratwara or Bishunpur Ratwara. The village comes under Bajpatti block. Ratwara is about 14 km east of Sitamarhi district headquarters (Dumra) and about 10 km west of Janakpur Road aka Pupri. Ratwara is well connected by road to Sitamarhi and Pupri. The nearest railway station is Bajpatti (about 6 km) and the nearest airport is Patna (about 130 km). The postal code is 843333.
The morning of 5 June 1943 found "U-198" stalking her next victim, the unescorted British motor merchant vessel "Dumra". Two torpedoes at 07.50 hours destroyed the merchant ship's bow, but she remained afloat. A coup de grâce ten minutes later hit amidships, causing her to sink immediately. This final torpedo killed the ship's master (who was blown overboard by the blast) and 24 men in a lifeboat that had already abandoned the sinking freighter. The chief engineer, Henry Townsend Graham, was taken prisoner.
Lavkushnagar, formerly known as Laundi (Hindi:लौंड़ी), is a town/city/tehshil and a nagar panchayat in Chhatarpur district in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. It is about 55 km away from Chhatarpur and 37 km. from the temple town Khajuraho. The Urmil and Kail Rivers flow through this town. The Civil Airport Khajuraho and Dumra, Harpalpur and Khajuraho Railway Station located nearby, links it to some major towns and cities of Madhya Pradesh. It also has a Civil Court, a Sub Jail and a Police Station too.